Brittany Lyons Art And Interiors, LLC
Brittany Lyons Interiors offers concierge service for our clients from start to finish. From sourcing to installation, to product ordering and management, my job is to help you create the home environment you'll enjoy for years to come.
I love the transformational process of interior design. Being able to turn and eye sore of a space into a beautiful, but functional room is always the fuel that keeps me going.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
- STEP ONE: DISCOVERY CALL
- STEP TWO: IN-HOME CONSULTATION ($350 FEE)
- STEP THREE: DESIGN AND PLANNING
- STEP FOUR: ORDERING AND RECEIVING
- STEP FIVE: INSTALLATION
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have been designing spaces since 2015 and have experience from New construction projects to painting projects. I am a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, and have several projects to back up my work and expertise in this area. You can view my portfolio at https://www.brittanylyonsinteriors.com/portfolio
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
I charge a flat fee rate per room. This rate cannot be determined until I am able to see the space via consultation. The fee is comprised of the scope of work, size, and distance from my Dallas studio warehouse.
How did you get started in this business?
I had my first paid project in 2015. It was never really my inention to be an interior designer. I just like peaceful spaces, and my first client saw photos of my space and reached out to me to help her with her new home. From there the business has continued growing and I am grateful.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I have worked with a wide range of clients. Since my firm offers a concierge design experience, I've found that I work best with clients who don't know how to and have little time to design their own spaces. I also work well with clients who can respect the value that I bring and trust the process. Most of my clients fall in the age range of 30 - 65. Some have been single, while others are married with children or empty nesters.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
Recently, I had a client who was going through a transitional period and was about to be living alone for the first time in her life. She hired a contractor to remodel her house for this new chapter. Rather than listen, the contractor did most of the talking and explained what the client wanted, not being feasible or affordable for her. Fast forward six months and the contractor had only completed 50% of the work and left my client’s home in chaos.
At this point, she reached out to me for my services. By this time, it was August and the holidays were fastly approaching. My client wanted more than anything to have her children visit for Thanksgiving. With the way things had gone, this seemed impossible and she was in shock. The contractor kept promising her he would finish, but offered very little transparency. He kept blaming the supply chain and backorders without offering any solutions or workarounds. Even when I arrived, the floors were still tarped off, the walls were completely unfinished, and she hadn’t been able to use her primary bathroom for six months!
My client was more than ready for a change and I immediately got to work. She wanted pink cabinets in the laundry room. She got them. She wanted warmer colors throughout the house. Done. I took the time to not only talk, but I really listened to her and found out she suffered from chronic migraines. We outfitted her home with soft mood lighting and window treatments that could block out light on the days when she needed it.
By mid-November, her entire home renovation was complete with everything (including the pink cabinets) working cohesively. The space not only reflected the person that she was, but also softened the trauma of her migraines. Her home became a tremendous source of pride and she was now able to enjoy it with her family. On a core level, this is why I love my job. It’s important to design visually appealing and beautiful spaces, but it’s equally important to me that my clients’ homes bring more peace to their lives and promote self-care.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
If you are looking to hire a designer, come with realistic expectations in terms of investment costs, timeline estimates and remembering why you've reached out to a professional in the first place. Be sure to visit their website and see if you can imagine yourself in the space they create. Most professionals will talk with you for free on a discovery call. I also provide this. Feel free to visit my website to schedule. https://www.brittanylyonsinteriors.com/contact
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
Customers should ask the following questions regarding why they want to hire a professional:
1. Do I not have the time to do this project?
2. Do I want a creative person, because I'm not creative?
3. Do I just want someone to affirm the decisions/choices I've already made for my project?
4. I've been putting this project off for too long and want my home to look/feel a certain way?
5. How much am I willing to set aside to invest in my home?